MIGHTY MICRO: Boise restaurant-distillery Bardenay, which makes its own brands of vodka, gin and rum, has already opened a second unit. OLD SCHOOL: Don't want to make your own spirits? Buy a single-malt scotch from a distillery like Scotland's Bruichladdich instead. GEAR HERE: The equipment you'd need to set up a restaurant-level microdistillery isn't cheap, but all the gleaming metal gives any design scheme a distinctive boost. First came artisan wines. Next was ...

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